Richard’s Community Fun “Pub Quiz” – Week 36
Whilst our regular quiz has been cancelled over the past months Richard has, each week, prepared a shortened pub quiz for you do at home, amongst the householders or in virtual meetup challenges.
Round 1 – remember these?
- • The 10 land mammals on the ‘Adopt an animal page’ on the WWF website
[The 10 types of endangered land mammal that appear on the page “Adopt An Animal Now” on the website of the World Wildlife Fund, as of May 2019.]
- The 10 smallest countries, by area, in the EU
[According to the size and population data on the European Union website, as of April 2019; the area of Greenland is not included in the calculations., Vatican city does not count]
Round 3 General Knowledge
1 In the Beatles song Back In The USSR, what kind of girls “really knock me out”?
2 Which mega hit song from 1968, the title of which is also a biblical figure, had a very young Elton John as a voice in the chorus?
3 In what part of the body would you find the fibula?
4 Ray Davies was the frontman on which iconic ’60s band?
5 In what US State is the city Nashville?
6 What is the capital city of Switzerland?
7 How many chukkers are there in a polo match?
8 Matt Goss, Luke Goss and Craig Logan made up which band?
9 What are the five colours of the Olympic rings?
10 Who is the longest serving presenter of the BBC children’s show Blue Peter?
11 Gouda is a popular cheese originating from which country?
12 Which southern Italian city is usually credited as the birthplace of the pizza?
13 How many notes are there in a musical scale?
14 What number is a baker’s dozen?
15 What was the name of Ronnie Barker’s character in Open All Hours?
16 Complete the name of the classic British sitcom: Steptoe and [blank]
17 Gordon Sumner is the real name of what famous British musician?
18 Geoff Hurst famously scored a hat trick in England’s 4-2 win over West Germany in the 1966 World Cup final. Who scored the other goal for England?
19 Name all five Brontë sisters.
20 Which planet has the most moons?